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Set a new record of making 1000 origami birds in nine and a half hours

Set a new record of making 1000 origami birds in nine and a half hours LONDON: A British teenage girl has set a new record in the Guinness Book of World Records by making 1000 paper birds that have been twisted in origami style without stopping for nine and a half hours. Evelyn Cha did not eat or drink during this time, nor did she go to the toilet. They had a goal in front of them, so they kept…
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Strong Code of Conduct for online streaming services including Net Flex

Strong Code of Conduct for online streaming services including Net Flex The UK decided to make online streaming services, including Net Flicks. According to the details, the British government has announced the project to make online streaming platforms binding strict code of conduct. According to the AFP, the British government will also apply the same rules on Net Flicks, Disney Plus and Amazone…
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How to delete private information from your stolen mobile?

How to delete private information from your stolen mobile? Silican and Eli: Google and Smartphone where one side has created easy-to-life in life, then it has given your friends and other information to your friends and other information from your photos and passwords. If your mobile phone, tablet or laptop is stolen or stolen (which is usual in Pakistan, especially in Karachi) and your device is…
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The tiny butterfly migrates thousands of kilometers from Africa to Europe

The tiny butterfly migrates thousands of kilometers from Africa to Europe LONDON: Scientists have discovered that a butterfly travels the longest of all insects when it migrates. If the weather is fine, the butterflies travel 12,000 to 14,000 kilometers, including a temporary shelter from home and a return home. Scientists have revealed that a kind of ‘painted lady butterfly’ that…
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Online Order: A fried towel came out of the fried chicken

Online Order: A fried towel came out of the fried chicken A shocking and bizarre incident took place in Manila, Philippines, the video of which went viral on social media. Fraud is common in online ordering, but serious mistakes by restaurant management sometimes lead to deep thinking about how this is possible. Alec Perez, a Manila woman, ordered fried chicken from the city’s leading fast…
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Huawei announces driverless cars

Huawei announces driverless cars Huawei, China’s largest mobile technology company, has announced the introduction of driverless self-driving cars by 2025. According to the British News Agency, an official of the Chinese company Huawei has stated that by 2025 it intends to develop the technology of driverless automatic vehicles. Wang Jin, a senior official at Huawei’s Smart Vehicle…
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Key features of Microsoft's new Windows 11 have surfaced

Key features of Microsoft’s new Windows 11 have surfaced Silicon Valley: Microsoft Windows 11’s new user interface, start menu and many other features have been leaked online. Screenshots of all the features of Windows 11, the new operating system for Windows, have been published on the Chinese search engine Baidu, including the new Windows user interface, Start menu and other…
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Worldwide internet breakdown was not hacking but the fault of one person

Worldwide internet breakdown was not hacking but the fault of one person CALIFORNIA: Leading media outlets, including Amazon, were shut down in a major Internet breakdown around the world a few days ago, not because of hacking or sabotage, but because of an unintentional mistake made by one person. According to the World News Agency, cloud computing Fastley recently completed an investigation into…
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WhatsApp's big decision

WhatsApp’s big decision San Francisco: WhatsApp, a mobile messaging app, has begun work on a design change. According to a report by WA Beta Info, a company that keeps a close eye on WhatsApp, the company had decided to change the chat design, which has been completed. WhatsApp is currently providing this feature to users using the beta version for testing. This change is called…
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A small power generator that fits in a bag

A small power generator that fits in a bag Victoria, Canada: In today’s modern world, we need at least all the time electricity for our smartphones. Now the world’s smallest wind turbine has been built that weighs just three pounds and can generate electricity by rotating at 8 to 28 miles per hour. It takes two to three minutes to pack and open. Surprisingly, it is receiving money on…
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